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The Magic Beanstalk

The Magic Beanstalk

The Magic Beanstalk performances are now sold out. 

Light Theatre presents an enchanting show for primary school children and their families, running on selected days at Eden as part of our Summer of Celebration event.

Jack, his mum and their cow Daisy are in trouble. Their house is leaking, the phone's cut off, there's no food in the fridge – and they’ve got NITS!  Something's got to change and what happens next is an exciting adventure for all girls and boys who believe in magic...

Set in present-day Cornwall, beautiful hand carved puppets, illusion and amazing experiments are used to re-tell the classic story of Jack and the Giant who lives through the clouds and over the rainbow.

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“I took my 7- and 4-year-old yesterday - we weren’t sure what to expect but all really enjoyed it and would highly recommend!”

Further information

Buy tickets

Buy tickets

Every entry to The Magic Beanstalk show requires a pre-booked ticket to the show, plus a valid form of Eden Admission, Annual or Locals’ Pass or Eden Project Membership.

You must also pre-book an associated timed entry slot to Eden for all members of your party (including under-fives and carers) that is at least 30 minutes earlier than the start of the show.

Please note that Magic Beanstalk performances are taking place on selected dates throughout our Summer of Celebration event, and tickets are limited. 

Already an Eden Project Passholder or Member?

If you haven't yet booked your timed entry slot but already have a valid form of admission, you'll have the option to add Magic Beanstalk tickets onto your visit when booking your timed entry slot. 

Already sorted your summer visit?

If you'd like to add Magic Beanstalk tickets to your already-booked visit, please use the booking option at the bottom of the page. You'll be asked if you need to purchase admission tickets or book timed entry during the purchase journey; just press 'continue' to skip this step. 


Image: © Steve Tanner


Originally funded by FEAST Cornwall. Supported by the Culture Recovery Fund, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport through Arts Council England.

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